The father of the late Anokye Supremo has disclosed that the family needs about $21,000 to bring back the body of the musician for burial.
Speaking on the Adom FM entertainment show, father of the late Anokye Supremo, Mr Kwadwo Barfo, appealed to the public to help him raise the money to bring the body of his son back to Ghana.
According to him, the family still owes a sum of $21,000 to the Indian hospital where his son died.
He further explained, that the government hospital where his son was operated said they couldn’t keep his remains for more than two days.
He, therefore, appealed to Ghanaians to help him raise the money needed to bring the remains of the late Anokye Supremo back to Ghana.
Before Anokye Supremo's demise, the singer was on numerous media platforms to appeal to the public to help him undergo surgery on his brain tumor.
It is, however, unknown if the money he raised was enough for the surgery.
The late singer, popularly known as Daddy Lumba Jnr, passed on January 30, 2019 while on admission at a hospital in India.
He had travelled to the Asian country for a brain tumor surgery, but was confirmed dead on the 30th of January.
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